British PM Boris Johnson Urges Ukraine Not to Negotiate with Russia

Dave DeCamp: British PM Boris Johnson Urges Ukraine Not to Negotiate with Russia

The report said that Johnson told Zelensky that “even if Ukraine is ready to sign some agreements on guarantees with Putin,” Kyiv’s Western backers are not ready. The report said Johnson’s position is that of the “collective West,” which now feels Putin is not as strong as they initially thought and see the war as an opportunity to “press him.”

Johnson’s position lines up with the rhetoric that has been coming out of the Biden administration. At the end of April, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said one of Washington’s goals in Ukraine is to see a “weakened” Russia.

Johnson is just a puppet of the Biden Admin! 🤡

Joe Biden and the Dearth of Diplomacy

Joe Biden promised the world that he was “opening a new era of relentless diplomacy.” Either those were just words or Biden has lost control of his foreign policy. Rather than the birth of diplomacy, the first sixteen months of Biden’s term in office have seen a dearth of diplomacy. On all the major issues, there has been none, and often worse than none.

Joe Biden and the Dearth of Diplomacy

The Different Ways That US And Chinese Governments Use Their Power

Russia’s war on Ukraine both reflects and deepens a global split that should remind us of Karl Marx’s famous remark: “No social order ever disappears before all the productive forces, for which there is room in it, have been developed; and new higher relations of production never appear before the material conditions of their existence have matured in the womb of the old society.” The United Kingdom already lost its particular social order—its empire—while the United States is now losing its.

The Different Ways That US And Chinese Governments Use Their Power

Russian Reporting on the Secrets of the Command Bunker Underneath Azovstal + Retired Canadian general, under police investigation for alleged sexual misconduct, allegedly captured in Ukraine

Russian Reporting on the Secrets of the Command Bunker Underneath Azovstal

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Retired Canadian lieutenant-general under police investigation for alleged sexual misconduct is now in Ukraine

This news is from a Azerbaijan news source and not otherwise confirmed as of right now:

Canadian General Trevor Kadier captured while trying to escape from Azovstal

India, Germany cogitate on Ukraine

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s short visit to Germany pegged on the Indian-German Intergovernmental Commission meeting in Berlin on Monday inevitably came to focus on the Ukraine crisis. The western media would have loved to grill Modi on India’s reluctance to criticise Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine. But German hosts thoughtfully skipped the customary Q&A after the joint appearance of Modi and Chancellor Olaf Scholz before the press.

India, Germany cogitate on Ukraine

NATO seeks to punish Belgrade’s Ukraine War policy by arming Kosovo

By Paul Antonopoulos | April 21, 2022

After supplying equipment and emboldening a militarized Ukraine, Britain has now started arming Kosovo’s Albanians with Javelin and NLAW anti-tank missile systems. The British Embassy in Belgrade said that some Serbian media published fabricated claims of arms exports from the United Kingdom to Kosovo and claimed that there was no truth to those allegations. However, Serbian Minister of the Interior Aleksandar Vulin insists that the UK did transfer weapons to Kosovo, stating: “You are creating an army, arming them, giving them armored vehicles, anti-tank systems, drones, conducting training, we hear that you are sending them to trial courses in Turkey and Albania,” adding that the integration of Kosovo into NATO is only intended to “provoke Serbia.”

NATO seeks to punish Belgrade’s Ukraine War policy by arming Kosovo

NATO announces large-scale, permanent force along Russian border

The Telegraph, April 9th, 2022

Exclusive: Full-scale Nato military force to defend borders

NATO is drawing up plans to deploy a permanent full-scale military force on its border…the alliance’s secretary general has revealed.

Setting out plans for the “reset” of NATO, Mr Stoltenberg pointed out that it now already had 40,000 troops under its direct command in the eastern part of the alliance – nearly 10 times the number it had a few months before the invasion

NATO announces large-scale, permanent force along Russian border